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Post by Guest on 11th November 2010, 05:43

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Post by Bemo on 13th November 2010, 04:21

great foliage too !

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Post by orchid40 on 13th November 2010, 16:06

Very nice, I like the colour and the frilled petals.

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Post by Guest on 13th November 2010, 17:59

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Post by orchid40 on 13th November 2010, 19:30

My Goodness, Oz! You have been very busy and very successful! A lovely collection of new roses!

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Re: newie

Post by Admin on 13th November 2010, 20:45

What's this one out of Warren? This one is my favourite Smile

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Over what kind of time period were these produced?

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Post by Guest on 13th November 2010, 21:38

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Re: newie

Post by Admin on 13th November 2010, 22:05

I understand it takes years... been doing it years myself... just wondering how long a time period the above selection represents?

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Post by Guest on 13th November 2010, 22:44

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Re: newie

Post by Bemo on 14th November 2010, 00:35

OZROZ wrote:the one you like is a ARAHAN X MARY ROSE ..........

it seems that Simon has the same taste as me. Congratulations to this great rose Warren Thumbsup

OT:will now watch the last F1 qualifying. Keep the fingers crossed for the red bulls.

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Post by Guest on 8th February 2011, 19:40

This little one is getting better every time it flowers, petal and structure is improving everytime



The seed parent was shovelled as I was not happy with it, last season I fertilized it with 3 crosses.

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Re: newie

Post by Guest on 24th February 2011, 21:57

This is my last post as I will be leaving this forum

cheers all warren

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Re: newie

Post by Meryl on 24th February 2011, 22:12

Why?

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Re: newie

Post by Ozeboy on 26th February 2011, 06:40

Warren I will certainly miss your posts and pix of your new seedlings.
Are you sure you won't reconsider leaving.
I was going to ask how you look after your seedlings from germination to 2 years old so stay a bit longer.

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Post by RitaG on 26th February 2011, 09:27

Warren, it will be very sad if you leave. You have so much to offer and we can certainly all learn from your expertise. Please consider Sad
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Re: newie

Post by Guest on 26th February 2011, 20:32

Howdy Everyone

Here are a few pics I took today before the 3.5 hr watering.



I think given time , this rose will develop huge blooms as they of good size already.






With this rose's breeding, it gives the best of both parents, cant wait.






Ok what happened to the petals?? thought I would have had more petals with this combination






could be interesting, not really sure yet






quite a good red






Finally looked at the tag and now its identified, its repeat is like the seed parent






An other one which could be intersting but not 100% sure yet






Could be interesting?






what happened to the petals again?






One of the thornless lines.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 27th February 2011, 07:30

For my 2 bobs worth, some I like others do not appeal to me, the one's that jump out are, Sympathie X The Squire and Charles Austin X Bamako, when can I have one Thumbsup please.
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Post by Admin on 27th February 2011, 08:42

'Smooth Buttercup' seems to breed beautiful roses doesn't it... if the flowers on that 'Changing Times' x 'The Squire' seedling are its first then the petal count will increase... I don't think this petal count is unattractive though. I really love the way semi-doubles display that open happy boss of stamens. Have you got 'Dainty Bess'? Put that in through this one to make some semi-doubles and turn the stamens dark purple love Or 'Ann Endt' Smile

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Post by Guest on 27th February 2011, 09:14

What drew me to SYB was its cupping blooms, second was it thornless stems, all the offspring from these crosses are very healthy as well, which is a big bonus.

The Changing Times X The Squire , thought the bloom is simple it makes up for it in the amount of flowers , looks really nice when its full of blooms.

Alot of the newer ones will change a fair bit when pruned in winter and the spring regrowth occurs, the thick canes developing now will be pruned and what I call baby growth ( twiggy growth made by seedlings) is all pruned away leaving the strong canes, what happens with spring growth is amazing.

A few years ago I bred a rose called Arahan, it stamens are dk reddish brown, looks really nice.

That single pale yellow , you can see the influence of Maigold in it.

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